Nominations for GNPS Plant of the Year opened at 7:00 p.m. on October 11th. You must be a member to participate. Get all the details at our previous post about how to submit a nomination, and complete the form at this address as soon as possible (click this link, or... read more
For many years we have created and sold t-shirts and logo items at our in-person meetings. With the pandemic as well as the increase in broader statewide membership, doing that has not been practical this year. We want our members to be able to get t-shirts and logo... read more
The GNPS Plant of the Year (POY) program recognizes native plants that are of benefit to Georgia’s ecology and wildlife. If you are a GNPS member and have a native plant that you think is outstanding, please consider nominating it for POY 2022. Besides beauty, some... read more
The GNPS Board of Directors has created the following statement on using cultivars of native plants.
Chapter tours the University of Georgia Mountain Research & Education Center (GMREC) native plant gardens. Tour guides included members of the Union/Townes County Master Gardeners. We thank GMREC and the Master Gardeners for hosting the group. read more
The City of Roswell unanimously passed a resolution to use native plants in city landscaping on June 14th, 2021. This resolution was the product of a grassroots effort of a few residents who shared a passion for native plants and preserving the local ecosystem.... read more